The Family Crest - Concert Photos & Review - Denver's Globe Hall

The Family Crest at Globe Hall Denver

I love when our kid, who is now approaching 21 years old, introduces us to new music. Such was the case with orchestral indie band The Family Crest, although they are not a new band. The brainchild of composer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist Liam McCormick, The Family Crest was started  in 2008 as a recording project with co-founder John Seeterlin (bass) as a final “release” before bowing out of the industry. Instead of leaving music, they were inspired by their peers to set out to reinvent how a band could be created, starting The Family Crest with a bold vision of cultivating a musical community.

What does that mean? Outside the core band, they have a revolving group of upwards of 500 “Extended Family” that play and collaborate with them. There were only the main seven of them with us at Globe Hall in Denver, but we three Gieses danced all night.

Liam’s voice is no joke, and every band member are incredibly talented musicians. Not only that, they were just FUN. The Family Crest released their third album, The War: Act II, in 2022 – and while I like every album, I will say the song “Hearts on Fire” quickly became high on my faves list. (It definitely was one to dance to.)

The band does not have any upcoming tour dates but here’s hoping the return to Denver soon!

The Family Crest – Denver Concert Photos

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